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See how local policymakers, historians, artists and philanthropists honored the Juneteenth holiday at its birthplace with the dedication of a 5,000-square-foot mural.
Texas Supreme Court declines to review high-speed rail case, freeing company up to use eminent domain
Texas Central, the company looking to build a 236-mile high-speed rail line connecting Houston and Dallas, has been given a big win in an ongoing legal battle over whether the company is legally recognized as a "railroad company" under state law.
Here are 12 Fourth of July weekend events throughout the Houston region.
University of Houston system appoints first-ever University of Houston-Clear Lake Hawk as student regent
Derek Delgado, who is pursuing an undergraduate degree in legal studies at UHCL, will work directly with other student governments throughout the university system and help advocate for student needs.
Jersey Mike’s opened its location at 9811 W. Broadway St., Ste. 121, Pearland.
The business serves coffees, espresso drinks and Italian sodas.
Texas Central could be one step closer to groundbreaking on high-speed rail, and more top stories from the Houston area
Read the most popular Houston-area stories from the past week.
CETUSA is a nonprofit foreign exchange program for high school students.
The Hub will provide resources for the small-business community of Pearland, according to a PEDC press release.
Friendswood ISD board approves 2021-22 teacher salary increase, spending bond funds on security system
Teachers will receive a 1% raise next school year, and about a third of the district's $1 million in bond funds for security upgrades will be spent on a new safety system.
Albrecht is retiring June 30 after serving as the college president for seven years, according to a press release.
The agreement between the colleges will streamline the transition process between ACC’s associate degree program for nursing and UHCL’s RN-to-BSN program.